Address: Ave. Colombia # 5 A - 69, San Andres Island, SAI, Colombia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Ave. Colombia # 5 A - 69, San Andres Island.
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    Travel Blogs from San Andres Island

    How NOT to get from San Andres to Isla Providencia

    A travel blog entry by eliswift4 on Jan 17, 2015

    ... At first he pretended not to know who we were and then he said, “I am not in San Andres right now, so when do you want to make the reservation?” I said, “Hi, itīs Randi. We have a reservation confirmed by you a few days ago. We are in San Andres right now; so, actually, we would like to stay right now as we said in the emails. We just need the information about the apartment so we can tell the taxi driver.” Camilo continued ...

    Erickson the Oiler provides the oil

    A travel blog entry by pjh60 on Mar 28, 2012

    1 comment, 4 photos

    Tuesday 27th March 2012

    Caribbean Sea – near Jamaica /Cuba

    Erickson the Oiler provides the oil!

    I wonder why sometimes I’m ahead of the game?

    I wrote at the end of the last blog entry, ‘If it finds any alcohol, I hope they let us know!’ writing about the sniffer dog outside my cabin. Not long after that I went down for the evening meal and Jeremy put on the table in front of me two cans of lager. He explained that it is Erickson ...

    An Amazing Travel

    A travel blog entry by ttatti on Dec 14, 2011

    10 photos

    ... colors".

    In San Andres , there are many places where you can rent a golf cart and you can drive around the island, the price is about 60.000 or 70.000 then, you can use this car about 6 hours and there you will give you a map , where are all the torist places that you can visit.

    I went out to :

    - Morganīs cave, the cost of entry is 10000, there is a tourist guide, who will show you all the place and will ...

    Me as Boat Captain, LoL

    A travel blog entry by advgal on Dec 13, 2011

    So instead of taking the panga to get back to Big Corn from Small Corn, I opted to take the slow boat owned by Don Elario. It is a red boat which transports cargo (including people) who need to get between the islands. The regular panga leaves at 1:30pm but the red boat leaves at 4pm. On Monday, it was overcast and hadn't rained all day. Like clockwork, the rain, and heavy, came just at the moment the boat pulled up to dock. Don Elario had 2 of his grandsons onboard with him. Once ...

    Rain on the Islands

    A travel blog entry by advgal on Dec 05, 2011

    So after a month in San Juan del Sur I moved to the islsnds, the Corn Islands, specifically Small Corn. After only a week I flew standby and find myself in pebbled streets of colonial Granada, enjoying the non-rainy weather. I had read somewhere online of one person referring to the week of Christmas spent st Small Corn like it felt as if they were in the North Sea. Well, I diddo that. So i cut my 5 week stay to a week. I am unsure ...